Weapons of Fate confirmed for March release.
Universal Pictures Digital Platforms and Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment have announced a number of high profile actors will be lending their talents to the imminent action video game, Wanted: Weapons of Fate.
Grammy Award winning hip-hop artist and actor Common (American Gangster, Smokin' Aces), noted actor Thomas Kretschmann (King Kong, Transsiberian), award-winning Spanish actress Paz Vega (Spanglish, The Spirit) and Oscar-nominated film star Terence Stamp (Superman II, Valkyrie) will lend their vocal talents to the game.
Common voices the role of Brummel, a businessman and weapons dealer with ties to a secret society of assassins known as the Fraternity, while Paz Vega plays a seductive Spanish assassin named Araña who protects one of the Fraternity's innermost secrets. Terence Stamp returns to his role from the film as Pekwarsky, a close friend of the Killer who has shrouded affiliations with the team of assassins. Thomas Kretschmann reprises his film role as Cross, a former member of the Fraternity who finds himself the target of those who were once his allies, and award-winning actor Peter Stormare (Constantine, Nacho Libre) lends his voice as The Immortal, the leader of the French Fraternity who will stop at nothing to follow the film's notable Code of Weavers.
Wanted: Weapons of Fate has been in development at GRIN since early 2007 and is scheduled for release in March for Xbox 360, PS3 and PC.